Robert Raymond Elliott, a real estate developer and lawyer — best known in Georgetown for his mixed-use complex, Georgetown Court, home to businesses like Cafe Milano, Peacock Cafe, Cafe Liberte […]
Georgetown shops, eateries and the temporarily expanded sidewalks along Wisconsin Avenue from N St up to Book Hill on Reservoir Road NW, were filled Friday through Sunday, Oct. 1 to […]
Starting tomorrow, outdoor seating will be allowed at restaurants and some retail shops will be open for pickup.
In this retail round up: a letter from Deborah Kalkstein, owner of hip, avant-garde furniture store Contemporaria, which will be moving out of Georgetown by the end of next month.
Dr Barbara Sturm, Founder will be making a personal appearance at the Bluemercury store in Georgetown on Saturday, April 27th. From 1pm – 3pm, Dr. Barbara Sturm will be speaking […]
Starting a business is a big decision and involves risk. With stores opening and closing at a fast clip, the inner workings of a retail business are often shrouded in […]
As an unrepentant fan of local retail, The Georgetowner has challenged the idea that online shopping will wipe out our brick-and-mortar stores. Online and face-to-face shopping have their own advantages and […]
3150 M St. NW has been sold for a record $50.2 million — and Capitol One may also get the Verizon Center naming rights.
I am very pleased to see the approach and concerns of and for our magnificent town. I absolutely agree with the the assessment and point of view Titus Johnson in […]